Why do you want to be governor? I don’t want to die alone. I don’t want my children to leave the state and leave me behind. We have the biggest out-migration of college freshmen of any state in the country, with the exception of New Jersey. Because of our crumbling economy? [Business] isn’t going to flock to Illinois when 75 percent of every high school class needs remedial education before they can go to community college or a university.
I graduated in 1967 from Sullivan High, a public school in East Rogers Park. My 50th reunion was this month at the Westin Hotel in Rosemont. The location was just one reason I was reluctant to RSVP yes. More important, I had a crummy time at the last reunion I attended, my 21st, in 1988 at the Deerfield Hyatt. (For reasons unknown, we had our “20th reunion” in 1988. Thus I refer to it as the 21st.) I had maintained very few ties to my classmates.
As the front-runner, do you wake up dreading the possibility of a story like the Blagojevich wiretap that captured you asking to be state treasurer? Let’s remember that Bruce Rauner has every interest in getting stories out there that hurt Democrats. You see the Illinois GOP, which he has funded, promoting these kinds of stories every day. Are you saying the Illinois GOP does opposition research for the Tribune and the Sun-Times?
Where is Grace Mugabe? Did she leave the country? She was at the story's center as a Lady Macbeth figure; now barely mentioned. Zimbabwe’s ruling party dismisses Mugabe as its leader in another blow to his presidency https://t.co/jnaoPFtDKa
@JonahNRO Listened 2 most of yr podcasts & enjoyed "origins" part today. I'm a writer in Chgo--books on bill C, Kay graham, alice longworth.Yourr father gave me big break by letting me write for a syndicate he ran. Can't remember its name. Nice man.Tried 2 intv yr mom re Bill C.
Visual proof of how weird news is today--u need read no further than the lede to see the call letters of the station.. And Graphic: Navy admits to being involved in obscene skydrawings spotted in Okanogan Co. https://t.co/TiG1wDVPcm via @10NewsWTSP
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